- TripBuzz discovered 117 different types of activities for couples in the Old Saybrook area, including Beaches (like Harvey's Beach), Gold Panning (like Lucky 33 Gemstone Flume Mine Llc), Hiking Trails (like Great Cedar Conservation Area) and Theaters (like The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 253 date ideas in or near Old Saybrook, Connecticut, including 243 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like New London, Groton, Cutchogue and Greenport.
Situated next to a marina, Camera Obscura is a photographic room used in the 1700s to display pictures. After scheduling an appointment, visitors can enter the camera obscura and see views of the surrounding marina through a small pin hole.
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PO Box 624, Greenport, NY 11944 MoreLess Info
Eastend Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation preserves the maritime heritage of the East End of Long Island, New York. The museum displays collections and maritime exhibits including displays on the lighthouse lenses and a model ship of the USS Ohio.
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Prestons Dock, 120 Main Street, Greenport, NY 11944 MoreLess Info
A charter boat and tour company, Greenport Electric Launch Co features the Glory, a boat that has been converted completely to solar power. Visitors can learn about and ride on the ship on a variety of cruises.
The Terrance Joyce Gallery is an art gallery featuring the artwork of Terrance Joyce. Joyce's artwork is strongly focused on mythological human-like creatures, with a special focus on centaurs. The gallery also offers art classes and framing services.
The Fireboat Firefighter Museum documents the history of fireboats and firefighting in New York City. The museum is located in a real working fireboat that operated for over 70 years in New York's harbor before being retired.
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440 - 4th Street, at the LIRR Tracks, Greenport, NY 11944 MoreLess Info
Composed of two different facilities, the Railroad Museum of Long Island contains railroad exhibits and model railroad displays. The museum displays historical pictures and memorabilia as well as actual Long Island Railroad cars.